Anthony “Tony” Nugent

Anthony (Tony) Joseph Nugent of Kent Bridge passed away at Chatham Kent Health Alliance on February 22, 2020. Husband of Sheila Nugent (nee O’Manhony). Father of David and Karie Nugent of Mt. Brydges and Anne Nugent and Scott Wellman of London. Son of the late Andrew and Johanna Nugent (nee Walsh) of Dublin, Ireland and loving grandfather to Evan and Emily Nugent .Tony proudly served in the Royal Wessex Regiment of the British Army in WWII and the Palestinian Conflict. He was also a longtime member of the Canadian Racing Pigeon Union. A funeral mass will be celebrated at St Ursula’s Parish Thursday February 27, 2020 at 11:00am. Those wishing to make a memorial contributions are asked to consider Chatham Kent Health Alliance Foundation. 

11 Comments on “Anthony “Tony” Nugent”

  1. SHELIA AND FAMILY
    My sincere thoughts and prayers are for you to be comforted and have the peace that only God can reign down and within each of you. Your loss is large but our God is greater.. God bless you all.

  2. Sheila and Family..

    Please accept our prayers and thoughts in the loss of your husband…Dad…Grandpa…

    Jim and Jean Earley

  3. Sheila and family, just heard of Tony’s passing. Words cannot express our sorrow at your loss. He was a wonderful husband and father and will be missed. Sorry we cannot be with you at this difficult time but know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love John and Gayle

  4. Sheila, We are very sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Sandi Mailloux and Marie O’Hara

  5. Sheila, David , Anne Marie and Families. We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Penny and Wayne Liddy and family

    1. Sheila, David, Anne and family, I haveRecently heard of Tony’s passing. Words cannot express my heartfelt sympathies for all of you. This has been such a difficult journey for all of you and I’m truly so sorry for your loss. I pray for God to give you all strength and a vision to see that “the most difficult roads lead to the most beautiful destinations”. God bless.

      Gillian Cervi

  6. Dear Sheila: I just heard at church on Sunday that you lost your Tony. I am so sorry. I shall keep you and your family in my prayers. God bless Ann Johnston

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